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Economic and Financial Consultant, London Interview

Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
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I applied online. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at FTI Consulting (London, England (UK)) in December 2012.

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After submitting CV and Cover Letter I was invited to a 'first assessment day' - I am yet to find out if I'm through to the second. First Day assessment Centre: -A numerical test that is designed by them - not like GMAT format. 26 questions in 30 minutes that were difficult! Just try to be as fast as possible - the best ability to have due to time restrictions is ability to estimate effectively. -A verbal reasoning test that is very much the same as GMAT format. -A Group Exercise about introducing a lottery operator to a highly developed country. You are certainly guided through this and your group will consist of three people. The best advice is - start crunching the figures and numbers from the beginning. First you are given facts and figures about the cities of this country and chances of a lottery&advertising figures - why the government would want to introduce a lottery etc. You are asked to give the three main objectives you would have for an operator before you are given the figures of a hypothetical operator and you have to present in 5 minutes why you think this operator is best. -Written test: Had to summarise 2 pages on cigarettes becoming a form of currency in PoWs.

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